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Children

(persons under 15 or who continue mastering basic education until 18 years of age)

It is prohibited to employ children in a regular work.
Exceptions when one can employ:

Children from 13 years of age if one of parents (custodian) has given a written consent can be employed in uncomplicated work that is harmless to child's safety, health, morality and development only during the leisure time. Works in which children from 13 years of age are permitted to work are set forth in Regulation of the Cabinet of Ministers No. 10 adopted on January 8, 2002, "Regulations regarding Work in which Employment of Children from the Age of 13 is permitted".
Children from the age of 13 in their leisure time provided that one of parents (custodian) has given a written consent can be employed in the following works:

  • the wf saplings etc.
  • eeding and watering of gardens; 
  • harvesting; 
  • the picking of flowers; 
  • the collection of medical plants; 
  • the packaging of fruit, vegetables and berries; 
  • the planting and maintenance of trees, flowers and plants; 
  • the preparation of sapling etc.

child as a performer can be employed in cultural, artistic, sporting and advertising activities if such employment does not harm child's safety, health, morality and development and if one of parents (custodian) has provided a written consent and permit by the State Labour Inspection has been received. Procedure for issuing permits for employment of children as performers of cultural, artistic, sporting and advertising activities and restrictions regarding working conditions and terms of employment are set forth in  Regulation of the Cabinet of Ministers No. 205 adopted on May 28, 2002. "Procedure for Issuing Permits for Employment of Children as Performers of Cultural, Artistic, Sporting and Advertising Activities and Restrictions to be included in Permits"

Employment must not hinder child's education.